Coping with Your Grown Children

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Humana Press, Mar 3, 1989 - Family & Relationships - 284 pages
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Coping With Your Grown Children is the only book to analyze-and lay out specific coping strategies for dealing with-the problems today's parents face with their adult offspring such as: failure of the child to really "grow up" or achieve full potential unemptied nests moving back home after broken marriages turning your home into a "daycare center" for your grandchildren substance abuse, cult involvement, trouble with the law alternative lifestyles or homosexuality physical or psychiatric problems or maybe you just think there's a problem!

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Klingelhofer, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, California State University, Sacramento, CA.

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